Kathy Smith (pseudonym), 36 from Missouri: Chronic pelvic pain, bladder pain, pudendal neuralgia, obturator neuralgia, painful intercourse, vaginal pain
Kathy has had pelvic pain for about 18 years including: bladder pain, dysuria (pain with urination), dyspareunia (pain with intercourse) pelvic floor and joint dysfunction, pudendal neuralgia, obturator neuralgia, vaginal pain due to nerve damage and nerve damage in the left leg and peripheral pain in both legs and feet. Kathy notes:
I place my Painshield MD on my sacrum as soon as I wake in the morning and wear it the full 6 hours. Before PainShield MD within 1 minute of standing up a painful burning sensation would flare in my lower back, pelvis and thighs. I started using the PainShield MD two months ago, and my morning flare up is taking longer and longer to happen. Currently, about 1 hour passes before the burning begins. I have less pain with: intercourse, urination, bowel movements, standing and walking. As a result of using the PainShield MD I can now sleep better, enjoy intercourse more often and frequency and urgency with urination is minimized so I may focus on my life without running to the restroom every hour. I am also taking 15mg LESS of Oxycodone daily so less opioids are in my system.
After charging my Painshield MD I place it back on my sacrum for another 6 hours starting in the evening. Since the Painshield MD is thin, I’m able to wear it under my clothing. Painshield MD may be used on many parts of the body and is even safe to use on the face for TMJ symptoms. This is important because many with chronic pelvic pain also have TMJ pain, including myself.
Dr. David Wiseman, is extremely helpful so don’t be shy about calling or emailing him with questions and concerns."
Continues Kathy: “So excited to share my portable, ultrasound therapy patch that has helped so much with my pelvic pain…. Your ultrasound unit is AMAZING! I wear it daily and recommend it to everyone I see. Thanks for your dedication. (04/29/13)
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